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    Senior Member eduguy is an unknown quantity at this point
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    It won't work.

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    To automatically record a demo, you can use the command "cg_autoaction 1"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pikaluva13 View Post
    To automatically record a demo, you can use the command "cg_autoaction 1"
    How do you view it after?

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    You can view the demos with a program with such as Wolfcam or you can open the files from the console with "/demo <NAME>" (With "<NAME>" literally being the name of the demo.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by eduguy View Post
    How do you view it after?
    You didn't read the link I gave :-(

    http://www.quakelive.com/forum/showt...ull=1#post5693

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    straffing is a lot like tapping in skateboarding, where you raise the skateboard nose and move it to the left and to the right and go faster as you do that.

    basically the movement has to be well timed (co-ordinated) without going into the technicalities which have been explained

    if that doesn't help then I apologise in advance for the useless input

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    Quote Originally Posted by saturnz View Post
    straffing is a lot like tapping in skateboarding

    lol

    you're aware that skateboarding is like 1000x harder ?

    the comparison isn't suitable at all.

    you could just as well apply it to any learning process existing and say, you rise in increments by slowly advancing. comparing it to something as hard as skateboarding which is on so many levels not doable for the masses made me laugh.

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    so instead of trying to assist the author of this thread you wish rather to critique those who are trying to assist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danstar View Post
    lol

    you're aware that skateboarding is like 1000x harder ?

    the comparison isn't suitable at all.

    you could just as well apply it to any learning process existing and say, you rise in increments by slowly advancing. comparing it to something as hard as skateboarding which is on so many levels not doable for the masses made me laugh.
    Lol, maybe I understood him wrong, but I think the point is that in skateboarding, you can 'move to the left and to the right' to gain speed.
    I don't know how much you know about strafing, but basically your mouse 'moves to the left and to the right' to gain speed.
    Seems similar, and has nothing to do with 'rising in increments' or 'slowly advancing'. Also, the difficulty of both has nothing to do with the comparison, since it was about basically using the same techniques, and not basically being about as hard.
    I rest my case.

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    i boarded for 8 years, i strafe for years so... i know what he aimed for yet the comparison made me laugh.

    it sure does have a similarity with rising in increments since its step by step thing to learn, but u know - one is moving a mouse and the other is actually difficult =)

    next thing will be the parallels of speed skating i see.
    Last edited by danstar; 12-11-2012 at 03:42 PM.

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